solving rational equations:
x+2 x - 1 4x+2
---- = ---- - -----
x x x^2-3x
I know how to make them all have a common denominator x(x-3)
but when it comes to solving I get
x^2+5x+6=x^2-4x-3x-3x-2
which then comes up to be x^2+3x-11
This isn't right. What did I do wrong?

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maybe it would be easier to multiply both sides by
\[x(x-3)\]

i did

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